Siemens sticks with controversial mining project - China car market losing its gloss - South Korean jobseekers learn to beat the bots
Finance Minister Sajid Javid urged firms to "adjust" to the reality of Brexit. British firms have warned about "huge" costs and disruption should the UK not reach a trade deal by the end of this year's transition phase.
The new deadly coronavirus in China has revived memories of the 2002-3 SARS pandemic, which killed hundreds and walloped Asian economies. DW recalls how entire cities emptied and business and consumer demand plummeted.
German clinics pay a finder's fee of up to €15,000 for the provision of caregivers from the Western Balkans. A thriving business — which critics say sometimes borders on human trafficking.
Hong Kong's special status makes it the freest place in the world to do business. As the economy slows and tensions over democracy protests linger, Hong Kong and Beijing both need "one country, two systems" to work.
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